Making maps is engaging for students and allows them to explore blending techniques and primary colors.
- Place coffee filters onto the paper using water.
- Using yellow and blue semi moist tempera cakes, paint on top of the coffee filters creating several variations of green.
- Paint any white paper left with blue paint. Once dry, remove coffee filters.
- Add objects such as buildings, roads, trees, and mountains with a pencil. Then outline the pencil marks with a black permanent marker and color the rest of the page with drawing tools.
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